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Every Thursday: Sing Australia, Launceston

EVERY THURSDAY: SING AUSTRALIA, LAUNCESTON
Where: South Launceston Uniting Church in Margaret Street, Launceston. Look for the Sing Australia signs!
When: Every Thursday from 7:00pm-9:00pm
Details: Sing Australia provides encouragement for more Australians to sing. We have a network of Sing Australia singing groups across Australia. All groups have the same large repertoire of songs including folk, pop and opera as well as traditional Welsh hymns, contained in the Sing Australia Songbook Library. The Library also includes seasonal repertoire in the Sing Australia Anzac and Christmas Songbooks. There are songs to suit all tastes.
New members and visitors are always welcome. No auditions required and no expectations on ability; we welcome absolute beginners as well as experienced singers. Reading music is not a requirement. We have lots of fun and are friendly and welcoming.
Conductor: Val Clarke, Accompanist: Judy Bordin
Cost: We have a weekly attendance fee that is paid when you attend.
Contact: Leaders: Dianne Walker – 0409 913 554 – [email protected]
Jill Clark – 0448 278 342 – [email protected]
For more information: http://www.singaustralia.com.au/LAUNCESTON

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